Seminários no âmbito do Doutoramento em Ciências do Mar

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Octávio Pinto

Seminários de Projeto de Tese - 08 julho 2021

Seminários de Projeto de Tese - 09h00
Alunos Orientadores
Sílvia Almeida Miguel Pais
João Pedro Andrade Marques Bernardo Quintella
Priscila Helena Monteiro E Silva Célia Teixeira
Frederica Gil Figueiredo Leitão Silva Leonel Gordo
Ashlie McIvor Miguel Pais
Thomas Albert Goulding Paula Chainho
Inês Fernanda de Almeida Afonso Paula Chainho
Frederico Bernardo de Carvalho Paula Chainho


Seminários de Projeto de Tese - 14h30
Alunos Orientadores
Francisco Henriques Lauer de Azevedo e Silva Pedro Félix / Ana Brito
Joana Patrícia de Cabral F. Rodrigues da Cruz Ana Brito
Beatriz Isabel Estrada Biguino Ana Brito
Mara Ramos Gomes Vanda Brotas
Filipa Miguel Graça Afonso Ana Brito
Elisabete Valente Paola Castellanos
Giulia Sent Ana Brito
Vilma Machava José Paula

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Seminários Doutorais I e II - 09 julho 2021

Seminários Doutorais I e II - 10h00
Alunos Orientadores
Teresa Lopes Silva Ana Amorim
Sandra Raquel de Melo Vieira Martins Rebocho Rui Rosa
Marta Alexandra Rodrigues dos Santos Bento Alexandra Marçal / José Paula
Rui Miguel Candeias Monteiro Isabel Domingos / Bernardo Quintella
Ana Filipa Martins Silva Bernardo Quintella

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Departamento de Biologia Animal | Ciências ULisboa
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Pre-proposals submission until 30 November 2021, 15:00 CET(local time in Brussels).

O evento tem como tema central o "Conhecimento ao serviço das áreas classificadas" e marca o seu regresso ao formato presencial, mas com a possibilidade de participação online!

Conversa com Galopim de Carvalho.

Conversa com Galopim de Carvalho.

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This course introduces the field of island biogeography, a discipline that has long influenced other research areas such as macroecology, community ecology, evolution and conservation biology.

Scientists, as the main actors in the production of scientific knowledge, have the responsibility of having an active voice in communicating this knowledge – and that can be achieved for example by a conscious use of the communication tools at their disposal and a better articulation with journalists, among other means.

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